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Entwine Chardonnay California 2009

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Food Network and Wente Vineyards today announced Entwine, the first Food Network wine portfolio featuring four varietals – a 2009 vintage of Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot and Pinot Grigio. Created with the 100 million households the network reaches in mind, as well as consumers across America, this new wine line from two of the country’s leading food and wine pioneers will be available in summer 2011. “We wanted to take the mystery out of wine for our viewers so that they could enjoy the marriage of food and wine as much as we do,” says Sergei Kuharsky, General Manager of New Enterprises, Food Network.

Region: USA » California

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Winery: entwine
Color: White
Varietal: Chardonnay
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External Reviews for Entwine Chardonnay California

External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
10/24/2011

ORIGIN: This Chardonnay is sustainably farmed and harvested from select Estate vineyards in California, whose topography, soils and climate provide optimal grape-growing conditions to develop ripe, round fruit flavors.FERMENTATION: The grapes were gently pressed and fermented in a combination of oak barrels and stainless steel tanks. The fermentation was kept cold to ensure a slow process that retains the natural fruit flavors inherent in the grapes.AGING: The wine was aged 15 months in a combination of oak barrelsand stainless steel tanks.DESCRIPTION: Delicious and satisfying, like a piece of toast spread with apple butter. - Winery



Food Network and Wente Vineyards today announced Entwine, the first Food Network wine portfolio featuring four varietals – a 2009 vintage of Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot and Pinot Grigio. Created with the 100 million households the network reaches in mind, as well as consumers across America, this new wine line from two of the country’s leading food and wine pioneers will be available in summer 2011. “We wanted to take the mystery out of wine for our viewers so that they could enjoy the marriage of food and wine as much as we do,” says Sergei Kuharsky, General Manager of New Enterprises, Food Network.

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